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in that would hurt defense, education, technology. we don't need to do that. we can compromise and work together. >> to me it sounds like you're all or nothing. because we just got higher taxes in january and now you want more revenue and you're not making a case for real reform of entitlements. that's the issue, gene. >> maria, you need to listen. you need to listen here, okay? i've just said that we had $400 million in savings. that we were offering to adjust the cpi which would in the second decade have $800 billion in savings. what we've said is it needs to be part of a balanced package that includes tax reform that raises revenues and lowers with entitlement reform. that is the framework of bowles simpson. it's the general framework of compromise. an absolutist position would be for us to say we want nothing but revenues. for them to say they want nothing but spending cuts. >> you said that at the end of the year, remember? >> no, we didn't. >> and taxes went up and there were no spending cuts. >> that's not right. >> i don't want to go in circles. >> that's not right. >> okay. >> we were a
have a very mature and serious nuclear weapon and a missile technology program. they're going to continue to do the research and development. when the time comes that they're ready to do a test, they're going to do that unless there is a political or a foreign policy reason for them not to do it. >> i mean there's been the questions about responding to sanctions. i mean even today people are wondering, is it tied to state of the union. is it sort of a direct, you know, push against the u.s.? >> i don't think so. i mean, in 2009 we heard this exact same thing. it was a condemnation of their april 2009 missile launch. the north koreans six weeks later conducted a second nuclear test in which they said it was because of the condemnation that occurred over their missile tests. you know, the response to that is that's nonsense. nobody conducts nuclear tests because they've been chastised over a missile test. more specifically, i would say if you're looking at a concurrence of time, it's not the state of the union. it's the two weeks prior to the inauguration of a new south korean p
also wanted to work with this congress to encourage the research and technology that helped natural gas burn even cleaner and protects our air and our water. in fact much of or new found energy are from land and walls that we, the public own together. i propose some of those revenues to fund an energy security trust that will drive new research and technology to shift our cars and trucks off of oil for good. it's a non-coalition of admirals and ceos can get behind the idea we can get together. it will keep us from the painful spikes in gas prize that we have put up with too long. will let cut in half the energy wasted by our homes and businesses in half in the next 20 years. >> we'll work with the states to do it. those states were had a have the best energy by more efficient building will receive federal support to help make that happen. america's energy sector is just one part of an aging infrastructure badly in need of repair. ask any ceo where had he would like locate and hire, a country with deteriorate roads and bridges but one with high-tech schools and self-healing power grids.
and something is wrong with technology that it is not working in the marketplace. i had solar panels on my house in tennessee as a test keys thursday as a test case 30 + years ago. they're looking to see if we could get enough heat units per day in solar panels. we never got enough to run our hot water heater. we were happy to do it and see if it worked. we are saying let's bring things to the marketplace that will work but let's let the market decided it does not have to be taxpayer money that is being used as venture capital to see if unproven technologies are going to work. host: "from the washington post." what do you think of those proposals? guest: i think we need to look very carefully at wind power. are we generating a lot of wind power and the answer to that is, across the country, some areas are successful and some are not. you take our area in tennessee and you look at tva and the electric power generation source and see what you are pulling in that electric power generation bred from wind power and it is a miniscule amount, even on the best days. you have to questioned that. you'll n
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for joining us. a few things about the history of this place. there have been many technological changes over the years. the first radiobroadcast was in 1923. the first evening speech was in 1965, with lyndon johnson. the first live web cast was in 2002. it was first televised in hd in 2004. tonight, in addition to internet streaming, both the white house and the republicans have put out second screen experiences, with lots of information. the shortest speech, was president washington. the longest was william howard taft, 27,651 words. we are going to stop talking right now and let you get the sense of inside the house of representatives chamber as the event unfolds. there is always one missing cabinet member. secretary chu is the first in of succession, waiting in a closed location -- in the line of succession, waiting in a close location who elsewhere. after the speech, we will be here immediately by a republican response. the next of the night is devoted to you, what you have heard from washington tonight. leman from oregon, mr. walden. the gentleman from oklahoma, mr. lankford. the gentle
us think through the problem. you know, in terms of technology -- you know, technology is still really importantly. you know, for the army, the biggest challenge we have from a technology perspective is this tradeoff between mobility, survivability and lethalbility. and what we found in afghanistan and iraq, because of low tech weapons, we lost our survivability. excuse me, we lost our mobility, because we had to focus on survivability. and so our ability to be mobile was taken away from us, because we had to put so much stuff on our existing vehicles, it may them heavy, they were no longer maneuverable. they had to stay on roads. that's not what we need in the future. from a technological standpoint, we need development in materials, we need to develop new ideas in how we can conduct operations and lethal operations, be more mobile and the last thing is is that we talk about is this is why i focus on leadership. in my mind, leadership is the keep going forward. -- key going forward and it's because i believe that in the future, it's about the joint interagency, intergovernmenta
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in huntsville, alabama. a community he loved very much. julian started davidson technologies in 1996 with just two employees. julian davidson emerged as a leading figure in the tennessee valley and believed if everyone worked for the betterment of the community, regardless of personal gain, everyone benefited. julian sought to leave our community and country better than he found it and he did that. julian davidson is a former chairman of the air force studies board of the national research council, member of the defense sciences board, and vice chairman of the technology assessment committee of the united states -- united space command, for national research council. julian davidson twice received the army exceptional civilian service award. he has received the air force meritorious civilian service award, the nba pioneer award -- m.b.a. pioneer award, he's a member of the employee hall of fame, united technology hall of fame, and was with auburn alumni engineering council. his impact on america is enormous. he is known by many as the father of missile defense in america. julian davidson is su
is for the technology that the like and share buttons utilize on facebook. mark zuckerberg started what would eventually become facebook in 2003 well after that technology was developed. no word on what the company is seeking. no response from facebook yet. >> bill: everybody who is accusing mark zuckerberg of stealing their ideas -- >> i will use a line from the social network the movie if he didn't invent the facebook like button then he would have invented the facebook like button. >> bill: looking at the state of the union, you know, it was -- i thought superb job. it was a very bold and aggressive agenda that the president set forth. with tons of great ideas in it. and part of the problem with having so many good ideas in one speech is that some of them -- some of the good ideas get lost, you know. you can't see the forest through the trees or you can't see the trees through the forest is what i'm trying to say. some of those things the president proposed are going to be controversial, not easy. but some of them it seems to me ought to be automatic. you know like no-brainers. we talked about one in
-- education, r&d technology and infrastructure. and if we don't do it, i guarantee the chinese will. >> turning to the big deadline coming up, the sequester, the president tackled the question head-on early last night. here it is. >> the greatest nation on earth cannot keep conducting its business by drifting from one manufactured crisis to the next. we can't do it. let's agree right here right now to keep the people's government open and pay our bills on time. and always uphold the full faith and credit of the united states of america. >> but congressman larson, we've got to hold the phone. congress is going on vacation for a few days. we've got this deadline that nobody is paying attention to. your thoughts on that. >> this is incredible. and this hostage politics simply has to end. and it's moving from crisis to crisis. and then not showing up for work. it's simply just exacerbates how the public already feels about congress. our leader nancy pelosi has proposed that we stay here and get the job done. and that's what we should be doing, putting america back to work, embracing the
designed around a bed with dualair technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs - each of your bodies. our sleep professionals will help you find your sleep number setting. exclusively at a sleep number store. sleep number. comfort ... individualized. right now, queen mattresses start at just $599 . and save 50% on our limited edition bed-plus special offers through monday. >> now, trouble is brewing in d.c. tonight over president obama's pick to be the next defense secretary. now, as republican senators temporarily block a vote on chuck hagel's nomination, that was earlier today. delayed the vote until late february. now republicans say it's premature to close the debate over the nominee and say that before any confirmation vote will take place, they want answers from hagel and the white house about what exactly president obama was doing the night of the benghazi terror attack that killed a u.s. ambassador and three other americans. the first time a filibuster of a cabinet nominee has been used and needless to say this marks a major win for the g.o.p., and a
of missile technology to the iranians, crossing over chinese territory. april 15th last year, in the big military parade in pyongyang, six chinese missile launchers sold to pyongyang. we need to have some important conversations with china, we've not been willing to do that in the past. >> you mentioned iran. quickly, let's talk about that. iran getting access to the opportunities that north korea is creating and being successful with. what happens there? >> in 2006/2009, iranians on site in north korea for the two previous nuclear tests. north korea sells everything it develops to the irianians, long-range ballistic missiles, nuclear reactors, processed uranium, you name it. this is a joint nuclear weapons development program in tehran and pyongyang. we need to stop those sales. >> gordon chang, nice to have you back. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> you bet. >>> the president mentioned the word jobs 42 times in the state of the union speech last year. did he keep the promises he made? christine romans will look at whether the president was true to his word or not, coming up next. ♪
and technology that helps natural gas burn even cleaner and protects our air and our water. in fact much of our newfound energy is drawn from airs and lands that we the public own together. o so tonight i propose that we use them to fund an energy security trust that will shift our cars and trucks off oil for good. if a nonpartisan coalition of ceos and retired generals and admirals can get behind this idea, then so can we. let's take their advice and free our families and businesses from the painful spikes in gas prices we put up with for far too long. i'm also issuing a new goal for america. let's cut in half the energy wasted by our homes and businesses in the next 20 years. we'll work with the states to do it. those states with the best ideas to create jobs and lower energy bills by constructing more energy-efficient buildings will receive federal support to help make that happen. america's energy sector is just one part of an aging infrastructure badly in need of repair. ask any ceo where they'd rather locate and hire, a country with deteriorating roads an bridges or one with high speed ra
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that he talks about again, but his focus is not just about digital technologies. he has taken this venerable institution and profession, journalism, and is looking at them informed by his deep knowledge of digital technology in the digital world, but also with a different set of values than are more traditional. it is my great pleasure, chris, to welcome you here. the subject is the changing media landscape, news in the age of social media. we are glad to have you. [applause] >> thank you. thank you. thank you for having me. it is particularly nice to be back across the street from the kirkland house which is where we started facebook actually nine years ago yesterday. it's the anniversary, february 4th of 2004 is when we opened it up to a few dozen people at harvard and the next morning we woke up and there were hundreds of people on it already. so it's nice to be back in cambridge particularly right now. so i thought i could talk a little bit for maybe 15 minutes or so to give you some context on what i'm doing, what we are doing at the new republic and talk about how we sor
. we've known that the chinese have been helping the north koreans proliferate this technology and we haven't done anything about it. so we need to have a new attitude. jon: so susan rice's statement that quote, we'll do the usual drill, meaning in the u.n. security council, not good enough for you? >> well certainly not good enough, because the u.n. has been at this sanctions game for about a half decade, actually a little bit more. it hasn't stopped north korea because they know that the chinese will always help them to undercut the sanctions. so sanctions are great and we should try to get more in place but we need to also rely on ourselves and not look just to the u.n.. jon: all right. so if you were president obama, what would you do? what would you say tonight? >> well i think what we would have to say is that the united states is going to make sure north korea doesn't sell any of this stuff and we will use our navy to do so. we'll put the sanctions into place. we will sanction any nation including china helps north korea proliferate its nuclear weapons technology. we have to re
to encourage the research and technology that helps natural gas burn even cleaner, and protects our air and our water. in fact, much of our new-found energy is drawn from lands and waters that we, the public, own together. so tonight i propose we use some of our oil and gas revenues to fun an energy security trust that will drive new research and technology to shift our cars and trucks off oil for good. if a nonpartisan coalition of ceos and retired generals and admirals can get behind this idea, so can we. let's take their advice and free our families and businesses from the painful spikes in gas prices we have put up with for far too long. i'mles issuing a new goal for america. let's cut in half the energy wasted by our homes and businesses over the next 20 years. [applause] president obama: we'll work with the states to do it. those states with the best ideas to construction more efficient building will receive federal support to help make that happen. america's energy sector is just one part of an aging infrastructure, badly in need of repair. ask any ceo whether they'd rather locate, a co
also want to work with this congress to encourage the research and technology that helps natural gas burn even cleaner and protects our air and our water. in fact much of our new found energy is drawn from lands and waters that we, the public, own together. so tonight i propose we use some of our oil and gas revenues to fund an energy security trust that will drive new research and technology to shift our cars and trucks off oil for good. if a nonpartisan coalition of ceos and retired generals and admirals can get behind this idea, then so can we. let's take their advice and free our families and businesses from the painful spikes in gas prices we put up with for far too long. i'm also issuing a new goal for america. let's cut in half the energy wasted by our homes and businesses over the next 20 years. ( applause ) we'll work with the states to do it. those states were the best ideas to create jobs and more energy bills by constructing more efficient buildings. we'll receive federal support to help make that happen. america's energy sector is just one part of an aging infrastructure
around a bed with dualair technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs - each of your bodies. our sleep professionals will help you find your sleep number setting. exclusively at a sleep number store. sleep number. comfort ... individualized. at the ultimate sleep number event, queen mattresses start at just $599 . and save 50% on our innovative limited edition bed. >>> last night when john boehner rarely stood last night and never smiled during president obama's state of the union address last night, even when the president said things that weren't exactly partisan. now we know why boehner stayed seated mostly. robert costa said according to his spokesman, he was trying to show respect for the president by not standing up and down. the spokesman said quote, speaker boehner and vice president biden agreed last year to try to limit the number of standing ovations during the state of the union in hopes of having a more dignified atmosphere. boehner didn't clap because he wanted to be dignified. you got to believe it. we'll be right back. >>> the short time i've
to that? >> two fronts. telephone penetration as well as access to technology, broadband extensions that are in indian country. both are critical. one for safety and security reasons. we have been working with the various departments having to deal with making sure we have access to 911. it was only a couple years that the former chair tax relief finally got access to 911. this is in california. we know this is a prevalent problem. >> anyone else? >> other questions? there in the back? >> [indiscernible] from california. we are not a federally recognized tribes. i am only 25. i did five years in the marine corps. lance corporal. [applause] i would like to know what is the process for federal recognition -- recognize asian and why have we not had help. i would like to see there is leadership from congress. thank you. >> that is a great question. i want to thank you for that. let me state, pa ncai is an inclusive organization. there is a federal recognition process tribes go through to become an gain that federal recognition or to be recognized by the federal government. some of these
experience. a collection of innovations designed around a bed with dualair technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs - each of your bodies. our sleep professionals will help you find your sleep number setting. exclusively at a sleep number store. sleep number. comfort ... individualized. at the ultimate sleep number event, queen mattresses start at just $599 . and save 50% on our innovative limited edition bed. >> bill: factor follow up segment tonight. authorities believe christopher dorner, fired l.a. cop who murdered four people including two law enforcement officials died inside a mountain cabin yesterday. not confirmed with you most likely. they apparently found some of dorner's stuff around the cabin perimeter. it's like 99% it's there. right? is that what you are hearing? >> yeah. they are just waiting on forensics. it's actually in the custody. the jurisdiction of san bernardino sheriff's office. they will wait for forensics on the remains before they definitively say it's dorner but it's dorner. >> okay. this story was the biggest -- is the biggest
. simply by investing in new technologies, new turbines, only 3% of the dams in the country produce electricity. we could also in this process create 700,000 jobs. unleashing american ingenuity to increase hydropower production will lower energy costs and help create thousands of jobs. mr. chairman, i urge all of my colleagues to support american energy, support h.r. 267 and i thank you and i yield back my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. the gentleman from new mexico is recognized. mr. lujan: i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. lujan: h.r. 267 is a bipartisan bill that will facilitate the development of new, environmentalry -- environmentally responsible means of power. it was developed through a cooperative process that included discussions with interested stake holders and agencies this process was produced in a balanced, bipartisan way and it is bipartisan legislation. the legislation is supported by both hydropower developer and environmentalists. it was unanimously reported out of the en
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